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March 27, 2012 4:45 PM

Secrecy likely to engulf Guantánamo testimony of alleged USS Cole bomber

The most interesting and significant testimony at the war court so far — a Saudi captive’s account of how CIA agents interrogated him while shackled in secret custody — is likely to be unseen and unheard by the public when pre-trial hearings reconvene in the USS Cole case at Guantánamo next month.

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